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Alonso holds no fear for Button

Alonso holds no fear for Button

Jenson Button says he would not be scared of being Fernando Alonso's team-mate in Formula 1, should they end up paired at McLaren next year

Kvyat won't change for Red Bull

Kvyat won't change for Red Bull

Daniil Kvyat says he will not alter his approach to Formula 1 when he graduates from Toro Rosso to Red Bull next season

Caterham management steps back

Caterham management steps back

The Caterham Formula 1 team is now effectively being run by administrators, after its current management team agreed to step back

What next for Jenson Button?

What next for Jenson Button?

Jenson Button is waiting anxiously; it appears his F1 destiny is not in his own hands. The reason: Fernando Alonso. BEN ANDERSON finds out how Button is handling his tense situation

Breaking News

Ogier stretches lead in Spain

Sebastien Ogier will take a lead of over 35 seconds into the second day of Rally of Spain, as nearest rival Thierry Neuville dropped out of contention with a puncture

Kvyat won't change for Red Bull

Daniil Kvyat says he will not alter his approach to Formula 1 when he graduates from Toro Rosso to Red Bull next season

Westbrook back with Trackspeed

Chevrolet factory driver Richard Westbrook will return to the British Trackspeed Porsche team for the Blancpain Sprint Series finale in Baku on November 2.

Alonso holds no fear for Button

Jenson Button says he would not be scared of being Fernando Alonso's team-mate in Formula 1, should they end up paired at McLaren next year

Sprint event planned for UK city

Coventry city centre could host competitive motorsport next year if plans for a sprint event on the ring road come to fruition.

F1 News

Kvyat won't change for Red Bull

Daniil Kvyat says he will not alter his approach to Formula 1 when he graduates from Toro Rosso to Red Bull next season

Alonso holds no fear for Button

Jenson Button says he would not be scared of being Fernando Alonso's team-mate in Formula 1, should they end up paired at McLaren next year

Caterham management steps back

The Caterham Formula 1 team is now effectively being run by administrators, after its current management team agreed to step back

FIA won't force third cars in 2014

The FIA has ruled out asking Formula 1's top teams to run a third car this season, despite growing doubts about grid numbers at the end of the 2014 campaign

MotoGP News

Lorenzo fastest after rain delay

Jorge Lorenzo set the pace in a rain-soaked second MotoGP practice session at Sepang, beating Marc Marquez by just over two tenths of a second to top the timesheets

Pedrosa leads tight first practice

Dani Pedrosa edged out Aleix Espargaro and Jorge Lorenzo in a top three covered by just 0.037 seconds in opening practice for MotoGP's Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang

MotoGP reveals 25-bike 2015 grid

MotoGP has announced a 25-bike field for the 2015 season, as the return of the works Suzuki and Aprilia teams boosts the entry

Rossi wins after Marquez crashes

Valentino Rossi claimed victory in his 250th premier class race as he won MotoGP's Australian Grand Prix after Marc Marquez crashed out of the lead

Rallying News

Ogier stretches lead in Spain

Sebastien Ogier will take a lead of over 35 seconds into the second day of Rally of Spain, as nearest rival Thierry Neuville dropped out of contention with a puncture

Ogier leads as rivals struggle in dust

Sebastien Ogier leads the Rally of Spain despite running first on the gravel roads, as his main rivals were left furious over dust levels and poor visibility

Mikkelsen tops Barcelona stage

Andreas Mikkelsen was quickest on the Barcelona street stage that opened the World Rally Championship's Rally of Spain on Thursday evening

Skodas lead in ERC, more Peugeot woe

Skoda duo Sepp Wiegand and Esapekka Lappi lead after day one of the European Rally Championship's Rally of Valais, as pacesetting Peugeot drivers Kevin Abbring and Craig Breen hit problems

WEC News

Porsche GT drivers get LMP1 audition

Three more Porsche factory GT drivers have been given a try-out in the German manufacturer's LMP1 World Endurance Championship contender

Rebellion opts against hybrid switch

Rebellion Racing has no plans to upgrade its eponymous LMP1 contender to a hybrid for next season's World Endurance Championship

Top P2 drivers to get LMP1 tests

The three LMP1 factory teams have agreed in principle to offer tests to the top contenders from the LMP2 division of the World Endurance Championship next season

KCMG to expand WEC LMP2 team

The Chinese KCMG LMP2 squad is working on fielding a second entry in this year's World Endurance Championship finale in Brazil ahead of a planned two-car campaign in 2015

WTCC News

WTCC drivers back Suzuka track swap

World Touring Car Championship drivers believe switching to Suzuka's full Formula 1 Grand Prix layout this weekend will resolve previous problems with overtaking at the Japanese venue

Lopez quickest on Friday at Suzuka

World Touring Car Championship leader Jose Maria Lopez produced a late run on new tyres to set the quickest time in Friday's half-hour test at Suzuka

Campos signs Kwong for Suzuka

Campos Racing has signed Henry Kwong to race its second TC2 SEAT Leon at this weekend's Japanese round of the World Touring Car Championship at Suzuka

Loeb penalised for hitting Muller

Sebastien Loeb has received a post-race stop-and-go penalty for causing an avoidable collision in the second World Touring Car Championship race at Shanghai.

IndyCar News

Chevy plays down IndyCar spy shots

Chevrolet says that a representative version of its 2015 IndyCar aero kit will not be unveiled until the homologation process is completed, despite spy shots of an early iteration appearing

Hinchcliffe joins Schmidt for 2015

James Hinchcliffe has signed a multi-year deal to join the Schmidt Peterson Motorsport IndyCar team, where he will replace Simon Pagenaud in the #77 car

IndyCar appoints engine director

IndyCar has reinforced its technical staff with the addition of former HPD figure Marvin Riley as director of engine development

Penske: Pagenaud worth fourth car

Penske team president Tim Cindric says the squad has achieved a long-standing goal in signing Simon Pagenaud to drive a fourth car in its IndyCar line-up in 2015

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